Trump's State of the Union Address Might Not Be Televised, Due to Government Shutdown
President Donald Trump’s next State of the Union address, scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 29, will be delivered in writing and not televised — or rescheduled for a later date — due to security concerns caused by the partial U.S. government shutdown, which is now in its 26th day. READ MORE
Drunk History Recounts the Civil War As Told By... President Trump? — Watch
Need to brush up on your Civil War knowledge? Drunk History is here to help — but you should take this lesson with a grain of salt. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Ratings: Democratic Response Drew Larger Audience Than Trump's Speech, Fox News Dominated Cable Coverage
Fox News Channel led the cable-TV pack and also bested ABC with its total audience for Tuesday night’s Oval Office speech from President Donald Trump and the Democratic response that followed. READ MORE
Ratings: Ellen's Games Tops Disrupted Tuesday, New Amsterdam Goes Low
NBC’s Ellen’s Game of Games Season 2 opener on Tuesday drew 6.5 million total viewers and a 1.5 rating, edging out ABC’s The Conners for the nightly demo win. READ MORE
Kimmel: President Trump Interrupted Primetime to 'Warn Us About a Completely Made-Up Thing'
Jimmy Kimmel was one of only two late-night hosts (the other being CBS’ James Corden) who taped his Tuesday show after President Donald Trump interrupted primetime READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Trump's Tuesday Border Crisis Speech: Networks to Air Democratic Response
CBS, Fox, NBC and now ABC are all confirmed to air the Democratic response to President Trump’s Tuesday primetime speech READ MORE
Trump to Talk Government Shutdown, 2019 Resolutions on Fox News Special
Fox News is closing out 2018 with a visit from POTUS himself.
President Trump will appear on the cable news network’s All-American New Year special tonight, where he will READ MORE
Morning Joe's Mika Brzezinski Issues On-Air Apology for Homophobic Slur: 'It Was a Terrible Choice of Words'
Mika Brzezinski issued an on-air apology on Friday for what many considered a homophobic slur used to describe Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Michael Cohen on GMA: 'I Will Not Be the Villain' in President Trump's Story
It was Friday’s most highly anticipated TV event. No, not the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Christmas special, but George Stephanopoulos‘ sit-down with President Trump’s former attorney and personal fixer Michael Cohen. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
CNN Wins Legal Showdown With Trump as Judge Orders Jim Acosta's Press Credential Reinstated
CNN journalist Jim Acosta will have his White House press credential reinstated, following a ruling made by federal judge Timothy J. Kelly on Friday. READ MORE